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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. Falling in love should never be this dangerous… A new sexy thriller from Becca Fitzpatrick, international bestselling author of the Hush Hush saga. Britt Phieffer has never been that adventurous, but that's about to change. Wanting to impress her ex-boyfriend, Britt convinces best friend, Korbie, to take a trip with her and go trekking through the Grand Teton Mountains in Wyoming. But when a freak storm leaves the girls stranded they seek shelter in a cabin, and find two knights in shining armour, Shaun and Mason, who are also hiding out. But all is not as it seems, and Britt quickly discovers that the guys are there for reasons other than hiking…dangerous reasons that mean they need to get off the mountain, fast.
Much of your time in this narrative is spent shaming your best friend of how jealous she is of your beauty and brains, and the fact that you've looked through her diaries to see how sooo jealous she is of you!
You also shame her brother Calvin , who was your ex-boyfriend and unceremoniously dumped you just before Prom. How rude! So - to incite jealousy - you pick a random stranger to pretend to be your boyfriend and he plays along with it rather well. Rather TOO well. When you and your BFF end up stranded in the storm, you end up seeking refuge in a cabin only to be captured by two strangers one of which is your "pretend boyfriend" who are possibly murderers.
But one of them is super hot, and even when you have countless chances to escape, you decide to stick around, because there's no point in running anyway. The super hot one is a good tracker, and even if you run, he'll find you.
But then again, he doesn't seem to be that bad a guy, and the two of you have some almost sexy times together. But then you realize he might've killed the girl that disappeared on the mountain a year ago, and even worse, he has stuff that belonged to said dead girl. You escape your captor, and take refuge with your ex-boyfriend, who isn't as innocent as he seems You are Calvin, Britt's ex-boyfriend! Yes, you are a smart dude, and unappreciated!
But you have secrets of your own, very dark secrets. You never got accepted into Stanford, and ended up being the serial killer on the mountain to get revenge on those bitchy girls who got into Stanford over you.
That's why you killed them! As long as they rely on you, you can ultimately make them see your reasoning eventually, right? After all, you did save Britt from frostbite, and you did save your sister from starvation after Britt and her captors left your sister to die in the shed without food or anything to survive with, right?
You just have to make them see your reasoning. Never mind that you made an unwanted sexual advance to your former girlfriend after rescuing her from frostbite, and the fact that you tell your sister that Britt's only talking crazy with her suspicions against you. In the end, you're in control, but for how long? You are Jude, the "sexy captor". Yes, you have washboard abs and a defined chest worth a woman running your fingers down. Britt takes advantage of this and then some. But the fact remains, you're still a suspect in a possible murder.
You take Britt and her BFF hostage as an accomplice, but with your helpful demeanor and wanting to keep Britt alive because she's the cute, smart one, forget her friend! But it's okay, because you're the dead girl's brother, enacting revenge. When she escapes you over a misunderstanding, you emphasize how smart she is in order to woo her back.
And a final confrontation between you and the REAL killer is still yet to be seen, right? You might have a mean girl streak and self-absorbed personality with diaries that go on for how much better you are compared to Britt, but in the end, you're there for your friend. What a friend! You are the Park Ranger. Which doesn't mean much, really. You're helpful, resourceful, and see that Britt is in danger from her obvious nerves at the Ranger's station during the storm. Honestly, the characters felt so wooden and like puppets.
They made stupid decisions, and for what? For shipping the purported love story between a girl and her captor? And add a twist to whom the bad guy really is, when really it was just a matter of making him the villain with poorly placed reveals? I think not. The misogyny, girl-girl hate, and almost laughable climaxes lost my interest in the book and ultimately make me think that I'll never be able to read a "thriller" from Fitzpatrick again.
Much less a romantic one. Overall score: View all 16 comments. Gladly, that didn't happen because let's be serious here - that would have been horrific. This novel is strictly a contemporary mystery thriller coated in admittedly pretty bad romance and an enjoyable storyline well, for most of the novel anyways. Many reviewers have said that Britt, our main character is too stupid to live. I will say that I disagree on this point because that is not entirely true.
I really loved Britt's quick and rational thinking and I honestly couldn't see how she was acting stupid at all. She carefully assessed all possibilities and not only thought for herself but also her best friend who clearly didn't have half the wits. However, soon it becomes evident that Britt's emotional thought-process isn't as fabulous because she throws a Stockholm Syndrome and starts falling for Mason , one of the guys who is threatening Britt's life, if she doesn't help him and Shaun get off the mountain.
Just because the dude is nicer than Shaun and is good looking doesn't mean anything, Britt. My gawd. If there was one thing that I hated, it was the romance. I found it incredibly hard to accept that Britt was falling for Mason who had got to be the shadiest person ever in existence. He freaking kidnapped you and he won't reveal anything about his true self. Let's also not forget how this book just abuses feminism. I tapped my cup to his, grateful to have found Shaun, because for a minute there, I'd thought I was going to have to save myself.
This quote happened earlier on in the novel when I still quite enjoyed it, and it was probably one of the first moments where I started liking this book less. MUCH less. Good job, Britt. You've officially made me vomit my guts out. Korbie should get the worst best friend ever award. At the start of the book we're told that Korbie and Britt were the best of friends but I struggled to find any evidence of that throughout the novel - even in the flashbacks.
There's constant girl on girl hate between the pair which was probably my second largest issue with this novel. Fitzpatrick did do an excellent job with the mystery side of things here, though.
Some parts I found completely inexcusable like the anti-feminism quote aforementioned and the girl on girl hate but it was entertaining for me, and that's what ultimately matters at the very end. View all 12 comments.
I really enjoyed the mystery elements and how I could not trust anyone, but the book does have some flaws. With this book, everything good that I like about it, there is something that I don't like so much. I was very intrigued by the characters and their motives. I couldn't wait to find out the truth. However, the main character is a little vanilla. She did not have any qualities that made me really like her, she was just there. The mysterious men really kept me interested in the story, but still they are not extremely compelling.
The plot captivated me at first, but there are definitely developments that are unrealistic and predictable. Although, the plot line is creative and I appreciate that. There is a romance that I didn't buy into. I guess I can understand where Britt is coming from, but everything is so sketchy. Romantic feelings would the last thing on my mind if I were her.
The pacing in the story is a little weird. The beginning and end have a good bit of action and kept me on the edge of my seat, but the middle drags out. I think some parts could have been cut out and the book shorter. I did end up reading this in a day. I like the writing style, it was fast for me to read and it captured my attention, but I could still feel when the pacing dragged.
For me, this book provided a unique story that really piqued my interest. I wanted to keep reading to figure out everything and to see what happened to Britt and the characters. On the other hand, there are undeniable weaknesses in the characters and plot that hindered my enjoyment. Mostly, the book did not make me feel any strong emotions toward it, good or bad. All opinions are my own. View 1 comment. Feb 26, Laz rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This was a really intense book.
I loved it. It's one of the best books to come out this year. Britt Pfeiffer is a year-old girl who goes on a trip with her best friend, chaperoned by her best friend's brother and ex-boyfriend of hers. The two friends set out on a car but the weather gets out of hand and they are stranded alone in their vehicle with no connection to the outside world. They decide to seek out a cabin and stay warm otherwise they'll freeze to death. They find a cabin and they kno This was a really intense book.
They find a cabin and they knock on the door, and two men open the door. That's when the fun begins. It was dark and intense and it was very realistic. There was an amazing romance born unexpectedly.
The heroine was brave and heroic and she had to adapt fast in order to survive. There were lots of twists and things you never would have guesssed. Also, did I mention the heart-breaking romance? Becca Fitzpatrick is the author of one of my most favorite book series, the 'Hush, Hush' Saga. I was most surprised when I found out she was to publish a thriller book. And now that I've read it, I'm even more surprised that I loved it so much.
Fitzpatrick has kept her amazing writing style which is very captivating and depicting and she can bring out the entire 'thriller vibe' real good. Read it and tell me how much you loved it! View all 11 comments. Oct 23, Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Excellent book! I loved every minute of it! Review To Come!!! Jul 03, Rachel E. Carter rated it liked it. Oh man this one was hard. Because I love survival stories. And Becca made me a believer.
I really felt like I was out in the freezing cold my favorite scene was the car up the mountain when it started to snow -I literally was there. I have never felt so present in a survival story as that moment, and I give her 10 stars for that scene.
Incredibly believable, and as someone who loves the mountains and fears being trapped in snow that was perfect. What sucked? No good side characters, grant Oh man this one was hard.
That was one thing that bothered me —why did the only morally good character have to be the love interest? Plus then it would make the stakes higher —wanting to rescue her friend instead of just leaving some spoiled brat behind. The villain once I read the clues instead of paying attention to the scenery was a super obvious twist, but I was so in love with the journey of survival to notice until the villain shot a guy. Then I saw all the pieces come into play. No villain would use wax when they could use a knife to get answers faster and then —my favorite part again sarcasm: I was extremely disappointed how lame that was.
This story was way too PG in the way the ending played out, a shame since the first half was a solid thriller-survival-feel. Did I feel anything at all for love interest? So would I rec this book for romance? Would I recommend for someone in mood for survival story?
Because I was really impressed by some of this book —a far step up from Hush, Hush - and yet ultimately none of the characters endeared me.
View 2 comments. Becca, I'm still paralyzed with the fangirling and admiration for Patch. I will not stand for this. I call for justice. It's wrong to hypnotize people with your writing. Eh, oh well, it's not like I have a social life, anyways. I'm just gonna Review later. Can't think straight right now.
Just a heads up: So I guess my review will be chronological, so you can read my thoughts as the book progressed. Oh, Calvin, father my babies. You can come over and break mine, you little piece of adoration.
Bye Britt. Bye Korbie, bye bye bye. Korbie thinks this all is a competition?? Like no????? OH kay. So apparently Mason is a jackass now and is not letting them in from the cold. Good job, Mason. Calvin shot Shawn. You go Glen Coco Calvin!
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YEAH, my man! And then YOU rescue Jude in the bear attack? Apparently both of you two were stupid. It outnumbered me. Ah, Calvin. I love you. Because Calvin was jealous? Um, something is not adding up!! So okay. Britt, girl, you are one helluva child. I am so glad to end your story. Edit it a few hundred times. Overall, then, this book did NOT meet my expectations.
Unless you like really love dumbers that make you feel smart. Jun 02, Giselle rated it liked it Shelves: There is a lot I could complain about with this book, but I was still strangely entertained by it all.
I also think the fact that it was an audiobook made me enjoy it more than if I had read a paper copy - the narrator was great and really brought the MC to life. As if she was telling me her story.
But man, the romance. First, I'm sorry but that was totally Stockholm Syndrome. Or at least it started that way, which creeped me out more than it made me swoon.
This dude is forc There is a lot I could complain about with this book, but I was still strangely entertained by it all. This dude is forcing you to bring his criminal ass back to civilization so he can run from the cops, but you fall for his charms because he's hot?
Eh, okay.. But anyways, I'm getting ahead of myself. So this book starts out like your average horror movie - girls get stuck in a storm and walk into this strangers' cabin only to find out they're not exactly as friendly as you had made them out to be.
Obviously, it's not the most original of plots, yet I found myself compelled by it all. I enjoy survivalist stories, which this one turned out to be, and it had me curious as to how it would all turn out. And like I said, the lively audiobook narrator made it entertaining! Britt, the main character, I have very mixed feelings for.
I didn't like her, really, but I didn't exactly hate her either. She's resourceful and with enough balls to take risks - she doesn't just cower in a corner as a helpless victim. She's also strong and smart when it comes to knowing how to survive in the wild or at least she seemed to be from someone who has no clue about hiking.
So I admired these qualities in her. On the other hand, she can be awfully oblivious and this frustrated me on a regular basis. Like I mentioned, the romance is just strange, and when she's not swooning over her captor, she's reminiscing about her jerk of an ex boyfriend who cheated on her. Plus, it becomes so clear who the "bad guy" in this story really is, and I wanted to slap her for being so blind to it all. I mean come on!
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Maybe I'm just tuned-in to the obvious because I've read about a million mystery books, but I found it terribly predictable. Due to this predictability, the plot was not as thrilling or exciting as it could have been. The tension is missing for the most part, and there isn't anything especially shocking. The story is also told with the help of regular flashbacks, during which we learn of her past relationship with Calvin and what he meant to her.
Instead of coming to understand her admiration for him, however, it only cemented my opinion that this guy is a complete ass. She keeps believing that these "bad boys" have a heart of gold somewhere hidden inside and that just made me sad, to be honest.
She wants her knight in shining armor, a guy that will take care of her and protect her - save her from herself, maybe? Though to be fair, she also chose badly when it came to best friends.
And this book is far from being perfect, but even with all its faults I was always happy to be getting back to the book; it compelled me despite it all. I also did like the ending. I liked that they gave it time and didn't expect their love to heal all. So overall I found it was 3-star worthy! For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads DNF, this plot is ridiculous. A girl hiking in a snowstorm comes across 2 other hikers who happen to be serial killers and force her to guide them down the mountain?
Made it about pages in. Sorry Becca Fitzpatrick, I loved your hush, hush series, but this ain't for me. Black Ice was one my most anticipated books of I love the cover, I love the premise, I wanted to get my hands on it!
When I finally did, I was so nervous to read it. I did have some issues with it, some characters drove me crazy, some parts bored me, some parts were predictable, but I was still entertained mos Black Ice was one my most anticipated books of I did have some issues with it, some characters drove me crazy, some parts bored me, some parts were predictable, but I was still entertained most of the time. I heard the audiobook so apologies in advanced if I misspell any characters names.
On their way to the cabin, a snow storm hits Brit and Corbie and they are forced to seek shelter. But Mason who she briefly met in town earlier that day and Shaun both seem to have different motives. After a few hours, the boys show their true colors when they take the girls captive and force them to help them get off the mountain.
Brit and Corbie do so many stupid mistakes. But, to be fair, they are young and spoiled and have never really had to do anything on their own. These girls, Corbie especially, annoyed me in the beginning. They were spoiled and naive. At least Brit grew some lady balls during the book, but Corbie was a character that I immediately despised.
The romance on this one had me confused sometimes. From the summary, I was sure Mason would be the love interest, and honestly, somewhere in my fucked up head, this was one of the things that interested me the most. But then, we kept getting these flashback scenes of Calvin. Calvin and Brit before they were together and Calvin and Brit when they were a couple. I wanted the story to spend that time focusing on Brit and Mason and the transition from flirting to hating each other to more.
With thrillers that have romance, I think the balance of both has to be just right. Black Ice got it right in that aspect. I loved how their relationship progressed throughout the book. Mason and Brit had some hot moments in the middle of the snowy mountains! The murder storyline was very entertaining, although I did guess who the bad person was.
But that could have just been because I think of everyone as a suspect when reading thrillers. I really enjoyed Black Ice, even though I could have done without Corbie. I liked the epilogue although it did leave me wanting a little bit more. Despite my issues with this book, Black Ice was a damn entertaining book! A refreshing read that reminds me that I should read more thrillers. Audiobook Comments: I immediately liked this narrator because she actually sounded like a teenager!
She was perfect for Brit and she even made me dislike Corbie even more because she nailed her snobby spoiled attitude so well. I loved how she really got into her performance, especially in some of the really intense parts. Even though this was my first time listening to Jenna, I was impressed with her performance and would listen to another book by her.
Oct 01, Sarah saz marked it as to-read Shelves: You know, I run hot and cold with Becca's books. But it's not really a question, is it? And if I wasn't convinced, this is what seals it: There's a touch of paranormal. The stakes are high and there is a definite case of it's-not-what-it-seems going on The creepiness, the never quite knowing if N You know, I run hot and cold with Becca's books.
The creepiness, the never quite knowing if Nora was losing it, if it mas magic, or hallucinations. October 7, Rating: Sometimes danger is hard to see Britt Pfeiffer has trained to backpack the Teton Range, but she isn't prepared when her ex-boyfriend, who still haunts her every thought, wants to join her.
In exchange for her life, Britt agrees to guide the men off the mountain. As they set off, Britt knows she must stay alive long enough for Calvin to find her. The task is made even more complicated when Britt finds chilling evidence of a series of murders that have taken place there But nothing is as it seems in the mountains, and everyone is keeping secrets, including Mason, one of her kidnappers. Falling in love should never be this dangerous… What I Liked: I liked Hush, Hush, Fitzpatrick's debut novel, but I didn't really like the rest of the series.
Crescendo was okay, but I didn't like the direction that Fitzpatrick took with the romance. Silence and Finale, meh.
I didn't care for them. But I was so happy when I saw that Fitzpatrick was writing a new book a couple of years ago. But then the release date was in That's quite the wait. Well, it was worth the wait. This is Fitzpatrick's best novel, in my opinion.
Britt and her friend Korbie plan on backpacking the Teton Range, but unfortunately, her ex whom which she is still in love wants to join them. In a twist of events, Britt and Korbie get stranded in Britt's car, and have to abandon the car and gear to get out of the snowstorm. They stumble upon a cabin, housing two men Shaun and Mason.
Shaun holds the girls hostage, leaving Korbie injured in the cabin, but taking Britt with him and Mason to get off the mountain. While Shaun is insane, Mason is less sure about the hostage situation, and seems to want to help Britt.
Nothing adds up in the mountains of Wyoming, but one thing Britt is sure of: The story begins in an interesting way. Britt and Calvin her ex are talking, and Britt invents a boyfriend so that she won't seem so pathetic in front of Calvin. She points to a guy getting gas.
This guy happens to be Mason the man who will assist Shaun in holding her and Korbie later. But no one knows this.
Mason plays along, totally fooling Calvin. But as the story goes on, we see Mason as a kidnapper, someone almost cruel. Or is he? I never got the bad-guy, kidnapper vibe from him. He acts cruel to Britt and Korbie at first, because he recognizes that Shaun might hurt them.
Mason has his own motives, and he isn't working in tandem with Shaun. He doesn't have the same goals as Shaun. He's not a terrible guy. He's a young man, college drop-out, who is looking for something. Britt is different from Nora from Hush, Hush. Honestly, I think Britt is very smart, even when she is terrified.
Britt never stopped thinking, and never stopped trying. She was always suspicious of things, even if she never suspected the Big Reveal climax. I could totally understand why she wouldn't. But I like her. She has depth, character, grit. The romance is soooo beautiful, in my opinion. At first I was like, Stockholm Syndrome?
I hate love stories that involve Stockholm Syndrome. But I didn't get that vibe here. Britt was intrigued by Mason from the first scene of the book, when he played along with her fake boyfriend scheme.
Mason is hot and cold, but he has good intentions and a good heart. Also, he's kind of hot. Just saying. I shared a swoon from this book on Thursday, so you can that out. There is NO love triangle. Calvin isn't really a factor in this case. You'll notice in my swoon post that the name "Jude" is used I promise there is no love triangle. Just trust me. I won't spoil anything here, but I'll DM you if you really want to know. I like that the author set the book up in which there are constant flashbacks from Britt's past with Calvin.
Britt is SO in love with Calvin. He's Korbie's brother, and Britt has been in love with the older boy since they were kids. Then one day, he kind of just notices her, and they start dating. I never got the sense that Calvin was serious about her, that he cared about her as much as she cared about him. But dude, I totally understand her feelings and her loyalty to him.
First love is the hardest to let go of, in my opinion. The setting is gorgeous and punishing and harsh and awesome! Fitzpatrick did an excellent job of writing the setting and portraying the mountains of Wyoming. It almost makes me want to live near the mountains and snow. We get all four seasons in a healthy dose hear in Baltimore, so um, no.
The story itself is quite interesting. Britt is forced to lead Shaun and Mason to Idlewilde, but she has Calvin's map, so she leads them to another cabin with a watchman.
There, she and Mason run away and leave Shaun. Things heat up between Mason and Britt, but then Britt must decide if she really trusts Mason Someone is killing women on the mountain, and it might not be Shaun.
The Big Reveal, as I like to call it, isn't super shocking in my opinion. I thought it was pretty obvious, but I liked the setup and reasoning behind The Big Reveal and the perpetrator. I was also dying to know how Mason and Britt would get their happy ending if they would at all.
I won't share any details, but I'm satisfied with the ending! What I Did Not Like: Maybe it's just me but I expected more of a twisty story Like Britt taking Calvin's map.
Or Britt getting forced into the storage room by Shaun, in which she same something suspicious I don't know. I think I just wanted more mystery, but it seemed like the mystery was a bit obvious and a bit lucky.
Great novel. Would I Recommend It: I'm quite pleased with this novel! I'm happy to have had a chance to read it. It's a wonderful standalone novel, and I can't wait to read Fitzpatrick's next standalone, Sapphire Skies! Actual Rating: This book is not for everyone. There are handful of moments that would make some readers uncomfortable, squirm on their seats and rage. I guess I read it with the right mindset. In a nutshell Black Ice seems like another shoddy attempt at a mystery — thriller book, but I kid you not…this is actually a stellar standalone novel.
Not everyone is going to love Black Ice while others will absolutely devour it. Black Ice follows the story of Britt who trained thoroughly to backpack in Teton Range.
However, everything goes downhill when a blizzard destroyed her plan, is forced to seek shelter in a cabin with two suspicious occupants. Bargaining for her life, Britt agrees to be their guide. As they trail to their destination, Britt discovers evidence of murders. She must stay alive and fight for her survival or else she may become the next target. Black Ice surprised me. Mystery — Thriller is one of my favorite genres and this book does not disappoint.
We have a strong and reliable protagonist that can fend for herself. Britt easily becomes one of my favorite Young Adult main characters. All the supporting characters have the perfect characterization for teenagers, psychopath and what not. I could not ask for anything better. Black Ice is intense, mesmerizing…a fantastic, vivid story about survival. It's nice to see her venture from paranormal romance to mystery.
To my disappointment, this book isn't impressive at all. Timely, it's rainy here so that adds the chilling atmosphere. At first, I was drawn to the story it but as it progresses I started to lose my interest on it. The female lead, Britt Pheiffer is so annoying, naive and has the worst survival instinct. Gosh, she and her best friend are worst in decision making. I tried to be patient but it's really frustrating to read the passages as they come up with a bad decision. I don't even know why Britt is sticking up to Korbie.
She's an insecure, jealous and plastic. What kind of person wants her best friend beneath her or even compare herself to her? That's not a real best friend to me. All along it's a rivalry instead of "friendship".
She deserves a better treatment and more respect than that. The plot twist isn't as surprising as I thought. I was able to figure out in the early chapters of who's the suspect for the unsolved crimes.
The romance is quite off to me. The stockholm syndrome going on didn't work. It takes time for that to develop in my opinion and in this case, I find it abrupt. I'm just happy I'm done with this book. View all 14 comments. Sin embargo, Hielo negro ha sido una novela que me ha encantado, con una trama adictiva y unos personajes muy buenos.
Hielo negro es una novela que tiene un trama de misterio muy bien elaborada e hilada, que contiene unos giros inesperados muy buenos y una historia de asesinatos y secuestros que me ha encantado.
Es una novela juvenil con un buen contenido de misterio escrito por una autora acostumbrada a las novelas juveniles de romance paranormal. En resumen Hielo negro es una novela genial, que no deja nada que desear y no tiene nada que envidiarle a otras novelas.
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They never tell you that when you watch someone you once loved dying, hovering between this life and the next, it's twice as painful, because you're reliving two lives that traveled one road together. I wonder, then, why you moaned my name after you drifted to sleep.
When was the last time you were really kissed? He took from you what he wanted, but never seemed to be around when you wanted something back, isn't that right? What do you want, Britt? I-I wish I was with him right now! My careless comment made him flinch, but he recovered quickly. Is he in love with you? Was he ever in love with you? English Number Of Pages: Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join.
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